Water Resources and Economics

Papers
(The median citation count of Water Resources and Economics is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
A micro-scale cost-benefit analysis of building-level flood risk adaptation measures in Los Angeles31
Flood insurance demand and probability weighting: The influences of regret, worry, locus of control and the threshold of concern heuristic18
COVID-19 and handwashing: Implications for water use in Sub-Saharan Africa17
Saving water at Cape Town schools by using smart metering and behavioral change15
The Cape Town drought: A study of the combined effectiveness of measures implemented to prevent “Day Zero”14
A global-scale hydropower potential assessment and feasibility evaluations12
(g)etting to the point: The problem with water risk and uncertainty11
Water demand in the Chilean manufacturing industry: Analysis of the economic value of water and demand elasticities10
Crop farming adaptation to droughts in small-scale dryland agriculture in Chile10
Participatory value evaluation for the evaluation of flood protection schemes10
Farmers′ preferences for reductions in flood risk under monetary and non-monetary payment modes9
Cost-effectiveness of mussel farming as a water quality improvement measure: Agricultural, environmental and market drivers9
The impact of collective and individual drip irrigation systems on fertilizer use intensity and land productivity: Evidence from rural Xinjiang, China9
Non-market values of water sensitive urban designs: A case study on rain gardens8
Economic valuation of supplemental irrigation via small-scale water harvesting8
Impact of participatory irrigation management on mulched drip irrigation technology adoption in rural Xinjiang, China8
21st Century water withdrawal decoupling: A pathway to a more water-wise world?8
Conflicting objectives in groundwater management7
WTP for water filters and water quality testing services in Guatemala7
The impact of irrigated agriculture on child nutrition outcomes in southern Ghana7
Spatial analysis of water quality and income in Europe6
Response of residential water demand to dynamic pricing: Evidence from an online experiment6
Exploiting unanticipated change in block rate pricing for water demand elasticities estimation: Evidence from Indonesian suburban area6
Economic value of water in the manufacturing industry located in the Valley of Mexico Basin, Mexico6
Water consumption rationalization using demarketing strategies in the Gaza Strip, Palestine6
Spatio-temporal design for a water quality monitoring network maximizing the economic value of information to optimize the detection of accidental pollution6
The impact of El Nio-Southern Oscillation on U.S. food and agricultural stock returns5
Tracking water for human activities: From the ivory tower to the ground5
Competition between different groundwater uses under water scarcity5
The Environmental Kuznets Curve at the thermoelectricity-water nexus: Empirical evidence from Spain5
Household preferences for improved water services in the Galápagos Islands5
Nash bargaining in a general equilibrium framework: The case of a shared surface water supply4
Water tariff setting and its welfare implications: Evidence from Chinese cities4
What do economic water storage valuations reveal about optimal vs. historical water management?4
Dynamic water pricing and the risk adjusted user cost (RAUC)4
Balancing intersectoral demands in basin-scale planning: The case of Nepal's western river basins4
Dynamic change of inter-regional virtual water transfers in China: Driving factors and economic benefits4
Investigating the impacts of drinking water quality on house prices: A household production function approach4
Cost function approach to water protection in forestry4
Drinking water quality impacts on health care expenditures in the United States3
Market-based groundwater resources allocation mechanism: An inter-sectoral water exchanges programming analysis3
More risk, more money: When are payments for water savings from limited irrigation profitable for farmers?3
The interconnection between water quality level and health status: An analysis of Escherichia Coli contamination and drinking water from Nepal3
Market response to the hierarchical water environment regulations on heavily polluting firm: Evidence from China3
Spatial inequality of domestic water consumption in Mexico city3
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